Merge Records invites you to North Carolina to help us celebrate our 25th anniversary at Merge 25, a 4-day music festival that now includes Teenage Fanclub, Mount Moriah, William Tyler, Reigning Sound, David Kilgour & the Heavy 8s, Imperial Teen, Telekinesis, Eleanor Friedberger, Hiss Golden Messenger, Amor de Días, Saint Rich, The Music Tapes, Vertical Scratchers, Hospitality, and Mikal Cronin!
This set of performers rounds out the already-announced line-up of Wye Oak, The Clientele, Destroyer, Caribou, Lambchop (performing Nixon), Neutral Milk Hotel, The Rock*A*Teens, Ex Hex, Bob Mould, The Mountain Goats, Superchunk, and The Love Language.
We have plenty more surprises up our sleeves, so stay tuned as we celebrate Merge 25
The 15 newly announced Merge 25 artists are highlighted below in bold in each day’s line-up: Wednesday, July 23, at Baldwin Auditorium, Durham, NC
$35 – tickets on sale April 22 through Duke Performances
Thursday, July 24, at Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC
- Lambchop performs Nixon
- Mount Moriah
- William Tyler
$49 – a few tickets still available through Cat’s Cradle
Friday, July 25, at Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, NC
- Reigning Sound
- The Rock*A*Teens
- The Clientele
- Eleanor Friedberger
- Amor de Días
- Hiss Golden Messenger
$49 – SOLD OUT
Saturday, July 26, in Carrboro, NC (outdoor party)$59 through June 1 / $65 thereafter
- Wye Oak
- The Mountain Goats
- David Kilgour & the Heavy 8s
- Imperial Teen
- Saint Rich
- Vertical Scratchers
- Neutral Milk Hotel
- Teenage Fanclub
- Bob Mould
- Mikal Cronin
- Ex Hex
- The Love Language
- The Music Tapes
Full-festival passes are sold out.
Friday’s Cat’s Cradle show is sold out, but a few tickets are still available for Thursday’s show
(limit 2 tickets per customer).
A larger number of tickets are available for Saturday’s outdoor party
in Carrboro (limit 4 tickets per customer). Children under 10 get in free to the outdoor event when accompanied by an adult ticket holder.
Tickets to Wednesday’s show at Baldwin Auditorium will go on sale Tuesday, April 22, through Duke Performances